Another thing to consider is portion sizes. My daughter (not yet 4) would happily eat an adult portion size for most meals if we let her. With her, she really enjoys food, and it's a tough balance trying to trust her to know what her body needs and put a limit on portions when it's really getting ridiculous.
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02-06-2016 09:52 #12
Ah I'd love to be able to walk to school and shops but we live too far from both and if we were to walk it's a horrible walk over main roads and just too stressy with three kids. I have thought of parking further away from school to walk though, but so far we haven't managed to leave early enough to do that.
Still finding my groove as a mammy of three.
He really doesn't eat big portions.
It's a battle trying to get him to eat what's on his plate at dinner time
I've been a bit lax over the past yr with a new baby in the house so there has been a lot of quick easy meals like pasta and toasties.
Dinners are made form scratch here, but definitely the treat side of things I can (and already have) cut back on.
Anyway, I need to keep my eye on his health.
I worry about him a little more because I had GD throughout my pregnancy on him. He was a slightly bigger and longer then the other two (who are skinny minnies) but whether that's because he will be a big man or if diabetes is lurking, who knows yet.
I hope he's going to be a bigger man, he's got a big head to grow in to
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